2014’s Most Popular Posts at Retailing: From A to Z

In 2014, there were about 260 posts made at Retailing: From A to Z by Joel Evans. They were viewed by people in 130 different countries. Thank you! 🙂
These were our most popular posts in 2014 (listed by total views). If you haven’t yet read them, please take a look at whatever interests you:
The Evolution of the Retail Barcode
Retail Strategy Lessons from McKinsey & Co.
Is BMW’s New High-Tech Selling Approach Going to Be a Winner?
What Factors Most Influence Purchase Decisions?
Wal-Mart’s New ‘Checkout Promise’ and ‘Price First’ Private Brand
Is Price the Major Shopping Driver? Not According to a New Study
A Look at Kearney’s 2013 Global Retail Development Index
How to Have a Better Online Store
Store Associates and Customer Relationships
Customer Expectations: A New Shopping Infographic
A Target Ad on Walmart.com? Really!
Coldwater Creek: From Retailer of the Year to Liquidation
The State of U.S. Shopping Centers
How Retailing Is Evolving in the 21st Century
What’s Next for Traditional Stores?
An Infographic Look at the Future of Retailing
Fast Company’s 2014 Ten Most Innovative Retailers
The Growth of “Me-Commerce”: A Discussion and Infographic


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